Four cities in four days – a whirlwind tour of Spain by train

Aside from the good food, balmy climate and layers of centuries-old history, Spain is also home to a vastly underrated – and underused – railway system. The network reaches nearly all corners of the country, making it possible to explore Spain solely by public transportation and much of that at high speed. In the last week of October, when the temperature was still in the dying throes of a typical long Mediterranean summer, Scott from our team embarked on a whirlwind tour of Spain exploring four cities by train in exactly four days…

Tarragona – a tale of two cities

After a short flight from the UK and then driving to Tarragona this was our first stop on our Spanish train adventure was, a little known fortified port city in Northeastern Spain’s Catalonia region located not too far Barcelona. Sited on a rocky hill, sheer above the sea, Tarrgona has a

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